Fashion Held in Common invites you to join us in activating the dynamic and powerful potential of fashion to create social, cultural, ecological and economic change. The programme offers a clearing, an opening in which experimentation, curiosity and spontaneity are celebrated as operative modes of being.
How do I want to live? What brings me joy? How do I extend that joy to others? Fashion, garments and performativity are our tools and primary means of inquiry. Through integrated and holistic fashion practices we develop our potential to contribute and engage and expand our awareness of what it means to be human.
The curriculum is structured to support participants in creating, growing and cultivating an autonomous practice and or business that they will go on to sustain well beyond the two-year duration of the programme. The curriculum seeks to support this development through a combination of individual and collective experiences, within the programme and through immersive learning experiences with external partners.
Applications for 2019—21 are now open.
Find more information about Admissions here.